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>> christa: and hit by hate, a derry, new hampshire, family says they were targeted with racist messages. >> sarah: all eyes on the battleground states. hillary clinton and donald trump holding dueling rallies. their top surrogates hitting swing states, including new hampshire. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: good thursday morning, everybody. thanks for waking up with us. i'm sarah french. >> christa: what a morning it is, too. i'm christa delcamp. i'm talking about history on this november 3rd. very early thi haven't heard, you didn't watch the game, the chicago cubs won the world series. look at the celebration in the locker room. fans are likely still celebrating. much more on that. first let's send it over to chris lambert. chris, this is amazing. we witnessed the sox curse reverse, and now the cubs also. >> chris: you think 86 years was a long time? how about 108. theo epstein breaking both curses. what a fun night to be out in chicago. hard to believe they came back after this 3-1 deficit.
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satellite composite. rains tracking through today. most widespread through the north and through the west of 495. even in boston, down to the south shore this afternoon, fair game to get a passing shower or two. temperatures south of the pike, too. yesterday all of us enjoying the warmth. today it's all about the rain temperature-wise as we average out into the low 60s. that's a big difference from the mid-50s across northern mass and southern new hampshire. upper pike. more on the weekend forecast coming up. >> sarah: time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. here's a look at the expressway this morning, or maybe not. things looking pretty good if you're getting ready to head out the door. south of town, routes 3, 24 and 95 all looking good. no issues on the pike bam the framingham this morning. route 2 and 3 wide open. 93 fine back to 495. you're in good shape heading into boston on route 1. take a look at those drive times
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northbound on the expressway, 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes this morning. the "t" and commuter rail starting the morning on schedule. back to you, guys. >> sarah: we're following breaking news now. two u.s. service members have been killed in battle in afghanistan. nato says they died while fighting the taliban. their names have not been released yet. two other service members were injured in the battle. right now police are investigating after a woman was hit by a car in dorchester. investigators say a woman was hit while she was crossing gallivan boulevard last night. right now the victim is in critical condition. officers say the driver stayed on the scene. >> christa: police in derry, new hampshire, are trying to figure out the person behind some hateful messages. family says that someone etched racial slurs into their car, and list say it didn't end there. let's go to 7's jennifer eagan live in derry with the latest for us this morning.
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morning. this mother says she's lived in town for five years with her son and inner had a problem. since this started to happen, she went out and got a new security system, hoping to figure out who is behind it all. digs turning messages left at this home in derry, new hampshire, where a woman lives with herby racial son. >> they're hate crimes. somebody has been vandalizing my car and throwing things in my yard that are racist. >> jennifer: on october 21st, when they were asleep, jaci stimson says the words "n lover" were paint of her car. >> i'm disappointed. i didn't know this still existed. >> jennifer: three days later, an intimidating sign at the end of their driveway with the words "n go home" on it. jaci says her son started to ask questions. >> he's seven. he asked me what he did wrong and why people may not like them. how do you answer that? >> christa: they have
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>> clearly they have a message for me. they threw eggs on my car and also watermelon and fried chicken in my yard. >> jennifer: jaci says she has a message for them. >> if somebody has a problem or if i've offended them, i wish they'd use their words and come have a discussion with them. >> jennifer: obviously jaci has a lot of questions. we're live in derry, new "today in new england." >> sarah: the presidential hopefuls battling to the end with five days left until the election. hillary clinton and donald trump set to spend the day in north carolina. trump is sending two of his most prominent surrogates out on the campaign trail today. we are covering both candidates this morning beginning with victoria warren live in manchester. >> victoria: good morning. donald trump getting help from his entire family. there's not much time left, and he's trying to cover all of
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hampshire. so later today, ivanka trump is spending the entire day in new hampshire, three stops in manchester, hollis and nashua, and melania trump is hosting her first speech since her convention speech where she was criticized and accused of plagiarism. today she's in pennsylvania. in these crucial last days, donald trump says he's staying on point and on script. >> we've got to be nice and cool, nice stay on point, donald. stay on point. no side track, donald. nice and easy. nice. >> victoria: ivanka's first stop of the day will be here at the founders academy in manchester, and it's scheduled for 12:15 p.m. live this morning in manchester, victoria warren, 7news "today in
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>> christa: vicki, thank you. let's go now to hillary clinton's message in the final stretch of this very heated race. let's go to 7's nancy chen. she continues our team coverage with more on the clinton campaign. >> nancy: christa, good morning. clinton was in arizona for a rally yesterday, a traditionally republican state with 15,000 people. there it was her largest campaign event is far. according to recent cnn polls, clinton trails trump in the state. she spoke, though, about the only time since the '40s that ariz was in 1996 when her husband won the state. >> so for the first time we have a real chance to turn this state blue again. i truly believe you deserve a candidate you can vote for, not just someone to vote against. >> nancy: clinton will be in north carolina for two rallies today. for one she'll be joined by bernie sanders as well as singer
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shows just how close things are in four key battleground states. let's begin in arizona. trump has a five-point lead with less than a week to go. in florida clinton is leading by two points. a month ago trump was up by three. now to nevada. donald trump leads 49% to 43%. clinton had if lead there just two weeks ago. and heading to pennsylvania, hillary clinton has improved her lead four points ahead of donald trump. she was two points up a month ago. >> christa: and tonight at 11:00, we'll 7news/umass lowell poll. we're looking at the numbers in the battleground state of new hampshire for the presidential race as well as the senate race that really could shift the balance of power in the nation's capital. so as the race comes down to the wire, our political editor andy hiller and umass lowell pollster dr. josh will answer some of your questions, as well. e-mail your questions to 7news at whdh.com. you can also ask us on twitter using the #7news.
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the breaking news. for the first time since 1908 the chicago cubs are world series champions. they did it in epic fashion. they beat the cleveland indians. this was game seven, overtime. so after a blown lead, a rain delay, and an extra inning, it was as much a storybook ending as really anybody could ask for. what a series it's been. the team celebrating after finally putting those demons and curses to rest. they buried them for once and for all. we knowow in boston. >> sarah: we do. >> christa: an emotional celebration for cubs' fans across the country. >> sarah: up next a championship parade for the city. kris anderson joins us with more on this big, historic game, kris? >> kris: sarah, christa, fly that w once and for all with two long-suffering franchises. you knew it wouldn't be easy for either one of these teams to win that pivotal game seven. plenty of drama, even mother nature played a role, but in the
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celebration for a title is finally over. >> this is going to be a tough play. the cubs win the world series! >> kris: it's the moment generations of fans have waited to see. after 108 years, the cubs are world champions. >> i think it's all surreal, and, man, it's... it's a great feeling. >> kris: while some cubs' fans had a chance to celebrate in cleveland, many others partied in chicago. closer to home, fans rejoiced at the some former sox are now celebrating another championship. john lester came in in relief in game seven while catcher david ross homered in the final game of his career. after the game, teammates carried ross on their shoulders. and thee -- theo epstein can say he's the man who built the teams who broke baseball's two most famous curses. >> our fans deserve. this our players deserve this. chicago cubs are world
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classic. down three, cleveland rallied to tie the game in the eighth. rain forced a delay and then extra innings. the cubs held on for the historic 8-7 history, which allowed the once lovable losers to finally be called world series champions once again. ? hey chicago what do you say. go, cubs, go ? >> kris: they're going to be singing that song for quite some time, that victory song. the date for the championship parade, by the way, hasn't officially but tom ricketts says the tentative plan is to hold it tomorrow. live in the newsroom, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: still ahead on this thursday morning, up in flames. a car catches on fire after a crash. what the driver was trying to avoid before hitting a tree. and boston's biggest power couple posing for pictures. the big unveiling bringing out tom and gisele. >> andy: and we're following breaking news. it's the end of a 108-year drought for the chicago cubs. they've won the world series
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>> christa: folks, the faneuil hall christmas tree will be it's a spruce decorated with 30,000 pling lights and 1,000 strobe light, as well. they were talking about the rockefeller tree being chosen and ready to go. >> sarah: i love, chris, when they get the christmas tree lit up. it's beautiful. >> chris: it's november, it's past halloween. it's allowed at this point. we can also enjoy mile air, too. we don't have to say winter is coming immediately. a great day with temperatures into the low 70s. today, well, it depends on where you live how warm it will be this afternoon.
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across the board. right now the further south you go, mid-50s close to boston, upper 40s to the north. wind is on shore in boston. it's also out of the east in worcester. so that's important to the forecast today. if you don't have the south or southwesterly wind, you're not going the warm up nearly as much as what you saw. we've even tracked a few showers, stretching from cape ann back toward salem and peabody. and this goes along 128 to 95, close to reading, as well. this here, back across the worcester county acouple of these brief moving showers. this stretches all the way toward the mass pike. toward hopkinton. then you go to the south and franklin and a couple quick-moving showers working on in. there's not a lot of rain to be had this morning. a couple quick-moving showers especially across northern mass and southern new hampshire. i think by mid-day, though, it's an 11:00 in the morning, noontime, 1:00, as this batch works on in, that will increase
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across northern mass and southern new hampshire, as well. once in a while, again, in boston, down through the south shore, we catch a passing shower or two. the story, though, as we get into tomorrow, will be the cooler their works on in for all of us and the gusty breeze. and we'll keep it on the cooler side over the weekend, which means temperatures a couple degrees either side of 50 for high temperatures. but it's mainly dry forecast friday, saturday and into sunday. we're not expecting a ton of rain out of this today, although a few towns pic u best chance to see that across northern mass up into southern new hampshire with lighter amounts of just more scattered shower activity working in close to the mass pike and points south. so currently we have this mild air that's still trying to nose on in briefly today, especially south of boston. but all of us getting into a cooler pattern, again friday, saturday and into sunday. so we'll note those temperatures dropping off there a bit. it's a wide range of
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trying to cover my forecast, 50 to 70, right? 54 across the merrimack valley, southern new hampshire, and boston upper 50s this afternoon. and if you press south of the mass pike and get down toward taunton and brockton, attleboro, i think we'll be up into the mid-60s if not even some upper 60s. so there will be a wide range of temperatures today, and it's all due to the wind direction. drying out this evening and overnight tonight, 40 to 48 degrees. tomorrow sun and clouds mix together. cool and breezy. mid to upper 40s in the worcester hills. low 50s mid-50s south of the city. there is the seven-day forecast taking you through the weekend. clocks go back one hour. sun setting at 4:31 on sunday. early next week looks dry. mildest day on election day, temperatures back in the low 60s. >> christa: >> sarah: new england's power couple out on the town. tom brady enjoying his bye week with wife gisele bundchen. >> christa: they made an appearance to open a new store in the prudential center. nancy chen has the latest.
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despite the big opening for for 19,000-foot store, it seemed like all eyes were on the pats' q.b. and his wife. tom brady and gisele bundchen posing with the sign of under armor on wednesday. the patriots' power couple attended the opening of the under armour store on boylston street. >> this is a good one. >> nancy: the night on the town meant brady was missing some of the world series. >> who is playing? >> nancy: while brady wouldn't pick a side, he did about the trade that sent jamie collins to cleveland. >> there's always change in the nfl. it's always challenging. the older you get and the more you see, it's the way it has to go. >> nancy: brady says it's a change that no player is above. >> you can't be around this long to realize the world will keep spinning and the sun will come up tomorrow without you. that's just the way it goes. >> nancy: good perspective. there the under armour store opens to the public later today. nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: brady isn't the only
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julian edelman's preponderanceup shop opens today on newbury street. >> it all started with my great, great grandfather erasmus h. edelman. he opened edelman and son premium textile trading company with just three half nickels and a bucket of mustache cream. his hard work and passion was inherited by his son, jedediah edelman. >> christa: okay. >> sarah: and they all look exactly the same. >> c open until sunday. >> christa: it's a '70s look i'm guessing. >> sarah: pretty interesting. check it out. i wonder what they're going to sell. >> christa: lots of logo, things with logos. it's 5:19. exceeding expectations. boston breaking a record for early voter turnout. >> sarah: and we're now hearing a 911 call from a woman attacked during a home invasion
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>> chris: 5:23 on this thursday morning. good morning, everyone. a couple showers from cape ann stretching back into salem and over to lynnfield. a couple showers out along the 495 belt out soft the mass pike. also a couple showers near worcester. these showers are brief. this batch of rain is a little more long lasting. this batch back to buffalo, new york, over to eerie, pennsyia of the mass pike. afternoon temperatures ranging from the mid-50s across northern mass, southern new hampshire, to mid to upper 60s south of the pike. more on the forecast ahead. >> sarah: the celtics winning at home. but losing a star. fans are hoping jae crowder will be okay after getting injured last night. crowder suffered a left ankle sprain in the second quarter. according to espn, he's expected to miss at least a week. after the game isaiah thomas and amir johnson each scored 23 as
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they take on the cavaliers in cleveland tonight. >> christa: so time fly, doesn't it. we are now more than half-way through the nfl season. >> andy: crazy. hard that believe. it's time to set your fantasy lineup for week nine. here's trey daerr and jadiann thompson with today's fantasy fixer. >> jadiann: hey, fans. we're on week now of fantasy fixer. i have to talk about something because wean patriots. they're on a bye week. they're the only seven-win team going into it. >> trey: they have the seattle seahawks one week from now, big matchup on sunday night football. check that out on monday night. another matchup i like fantasy-wise, chiefs and the jaguars. chiefs playing at home. really tough team to beat at home. they have problems at running back. spencer ware, jamaal charles, both of them probably not going to play. west a huge pick-up. crushed it last year. jacksonville 27th against the run. west to start.
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league right now. just coming off a big win. now on the road. >> trey: i'm feeling the energy, jadiann, you see from the falcons. hitch your wagon to matt ryan. 19-4 touchdown-to-interception ratio. julio jones, mohammed sunu. he hit a wall but he's coming back. tampa's a great mch >> jadiann: broncos-raiders, what do you want to do? >> trey: the oakland raiders have a chance to be in first place in the n.f.c. west, but that denver defense too good. chris harris got some really good defense i back. mark cooper is the guy in oakland. so michael crabtree, sit him down. not a good matchup. >> swraw jaw: all right. do what he says, everyone. go set your lineup. >> sarah: do what he says, right. up next in 5:30, breaking news in the sports world.
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chicago. what a game. what a finish to the series. it dragged on through seven games and had all the drama it did last night. 54 in boston. 54 in plymouth. 56 in worcester. mild start. a few showers at times this morning. a couple from salem over the winfield. out through worcester itself, too. these now pushing inside of 495. a lot of these showers could be brief. this batch works in right around mid-day. so 11:00 p.m., i think some steadier rain across northern mass and into southern new hampshire. the showers south of route 2 probably a little more sparse, a little more hit or miss. overall averaging in the low 60s, but a wide range today from the mid-50s. talk about our forecast. >> christa: chris, thank you. danielle, how are the roads? >> danielle: so far so good. here's a look at 93 as you make your way through somerville. let's go to the maps. south of town, the expressway,
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route 95 to 24 and route 3 not seeing any issues. the pike fine all the way back the framingham and head entering boston. and not seeing any problems on route 2 or route 3. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door this morning. ten minutes braintree to boston northbound on the expressway. 12 minutes enter town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 11 minutes. and the "t" and commuter rail both running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> sarah: we're following breaking news now. partying in cca won the world series. chicago beat cleveland in a classic game seven to win the championship last night. it's the first title for the cubs since 1908. the cubs' parade will likely be held tomorrow. now to the day's other top stories. police investigating after a woman was hit by a car in dorchester. police say she was hit while she was crossing gallivan boulevard last night. right now the victim is in critical condition. officers say the driver stayed
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hampshire, are investigating a possible hate crime after a family is sent racist messages. investigators say someone scratched a racial slur into a woman's car and put a racist sign in her driveway because she has a biracial son. officers also say a watermelon and fried chicken were thrown on to her yard, as well. >> christa: also this morning, police in leicester are investigating a car wreck with a fiery finish. the driver says that he swerved to avoid hitting a deer. that's when he smashed into a tree. and that car burst into flames as you just saw. 7's nicole oliverio is live for us in leicester. nicole? >> nicole: well, christa, this happened on a very narrow, very wooded long road. so you know deer can be in there. and police say for drivers it always comes down to the decision whether to swerve or to hit the animal. they say in this case at least the driver is going to be okay. an s.u.v. bursts into flames
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smashing into a tree. >> this gentleman, you know, he was already second-guessing himself. he made a spur of the moment decision, and he's alive. >> nicole: it happened on bad win street in leicester yesterday afternoon. police say a deer ran into the road, causing the driver the lose control and hit the tree. the car immediately burst enter flames. but the man behind the wheel managed to escape. a witness driving by called 911. >> very calm. very composed. told us immediately the car was had already gotten out. >> nicole: nowable to shell of the s.u.v. remains, but the chief said a truck can be replaced. so that driver did go to the hospital, but we're told he really only had a broken bone. that's the latest live in leicester, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: right now officers in derry, new hampshire, are trying to figure out who shot bullets into two neighboring homes. it happened on pinkerton streets. people were inside both houses
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facing charges today, taken to the hospital, as well, after crashing his car during a police chase. this was in cohasset. police say the 21-year-old was trying to get away from police. that's when he lost control of his car an he suffered minor injuries. >> sarah: we're hearing the call from help from a 70-year-old woman who was allegedly bound with duct tape while three men robbed her home in sterling. >> how long ago were they in the house? >> about three mens ago they have to be in sterling in my 2004 deville. they're probably heading for the expressway. i don't know. but they haven't been gone long. >> sarah: the woman making that call after setting herself free. police say those three suspects are still on the run. >> christa: happening today, we're set to learn more about a lawsuit that was filed by a northeastern university student who says the school mishandled
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now, the student will answer questions later this morning and according to an independent student newspaper, court documents say she claimed administrators did not properly handle the 2013 case when they determined another student was not responsible for an alleged rape. >> sarah: new details about the death of a 62-year-old woman in lawrence. the essex county district attorney has ruled out foul play. investigators initially said the woman's death was considered to be suspicious after her body was discovered outside a building on tuesda charges after a deadly crash that happened in salem. todd gurley was arraigned by way of video wednesday. police say the 45-year-old was driving under the influence of drugs and had a revoked license at the time of the crash. now, the crash you may remember happened on route 111. police say he pulled out on to the street, hit a car, pushed that car into oncoming traffic. right new he's charged with negligent homicide. aggravated d.u.i. and possession of heroin. >> sarah: new this morning,
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according to the "globe." the athletic apparel company is expected to move its headquarters to boston by september of next year. 700 employees will be moved from their current headquarters in canton. reebok officials say they have not decided exactly where they will put their offices. the makers of patriots' day giving people a behind-the-scenes look at the boston marathon bombing movie. the new trailer features interviews with cast members and some of the actual people who wither there during the bombings. it of the sets used during filming, including sean collier's house in somerville. the filmmakers say they were committed to making the movie authentic. >> it's such a sensitive subject matter, and boston is such a small place. everybody knows somebody that was directly affected. >> they didn't fictionalize a lot of it. i don't want to see a lot of stuff in the movie that didn't happen. i think that kind of stuff belittles the real heroes of the bombings, which are the victims.
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out next month. >> christa: well, our election countdown stands at five days now. and boston seeing a record turnout of early voters yesterday, more than 2,000 people voted at city hall as of 7:30 last night, and officials believe that's a new record. they think the warm weather drew out the crowds. a few months ago a yacht club down in rhode island started taking this kind of unofficial special presidential poll. the soda pop poll. they sold bottles of hillary's liberal limeade and they sold donald's populist punch. who won? even though rhode island traditionally vets democratic, trump punch came out victorious here, selling out with 21,000 bottles compared to about 20,400 of clinton pop. do you say soda or pop, by the way? >> sarah: i say soda now, but everyone in the south says coke. >> christa: whether it's orange soda or coke? >> sarah: yeah, that's weird. makes no sense. >> christa: i'll have to
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
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>> christa: trending today, >> "glamour" magazine with a role reversal. bono magazine is named one of the magazine's women of the year. also on the list gwen stefani and shimon ? ? >> sarah: a big night for country music. beyonc? performed her song "daddy lessons" with the dixie chicks who covered the song on tour. brad paisley and carrie underwood hosted and garth brooks won entertainer of the year. >> christa: that was quite the collaboration. >> sarah: i love when different groups and genres collaborate.
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today is national sandwich day. subway is celebrating in a big way. if you buy a suband a drink, you get a free sub but the chain will also donate a meal to the non-profit feeding america. this goes along with yesterday, which was stress awareness day. >> sarah: was it? food always helps me destress. >> christa: without a doubt, especially if it's chocolate. >> sarah: everything you need to hold the salt. the alarming amount of salt your kids are consuming. >> christa: and protesters pepper sprayed. >> sarah: and we're watching breaking news. the cubs reverse the curse, winning a thrilling game seven in ten innings for their first world series title since 1908. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay?
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you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? >> sarah: all right. it's time now for everything you need to start your day off right. >> christa: it's a doozy of the forecast, chris. >> chris: a big range of temperatures. some clouds close to 70 once again. other towns stuck in the mid-50s. location, location, location. how about yesterday, though? all of us enjoying a beautiful day, well into the 60s. norwood at 71. 70 in boston. 70 in fitchburg. many towns mid to upper 60s. very common across the area. we start off this morning on the mild side.
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over to worcester. 49 in beverly. and the coolest locations through the day will be the further north you go. still some spot showers to contend with this morning. have a couple of them across cape ann right now and one back into marlborough as well as southborough. and this stretches north all the way up to hudson over to stow has the batch works on through. some showers this morning few and far between. we have the wait for this batch to move in around mid-day to get some more consistent rain across new england. and the the heaviest of the rain today will be fed vermont, new hampshire and up into maine. but still some showers more prevalent across northern mass and south of the mass pike mid-day. although even south of the pike once in a while we do catch a passing shower. then we quiet down quickly this evening. in fact, drying out overnight tonight and tomorrow and then a quiet day with a gusty breeze and cooling conditions out there. so 60% of us will pick up on some rainfall today. an again, a little higher chance across northern mass, southern new hampshire around mid-day versus south of the mass pike.
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much moisture is available heading into the weekend. 60 detroit. 65 in chicago. however, our weather will be coming down in from canada here. but a nice day in chicago for all those folks celebrating the big victory from last night. rainfall totals today, again, not overly oppressive. maybe a quarter to a half inch across southern new hampshire, lower amounts south of the pike. 7 on 7 forecast, close to seasonal levels for the weekend. >> sarah: all right, time now for fast track traffic with danielle gersh. >> danielle: thanks, sarah. good morning, everyone. here's make you way through saugus. the roads really not too bad out there yet. switch cameras, take a look at 93 southbound. so not seeing any accidents heading into town from the north. let's go to the maps. the expressway, braintree to boston northbound, just 13 minutes. so again, it's not too bad out there yet. route 24, some slow and go traffic back to brockton. route 3 looking good. and 95 not seeing any issues. you're problem-free heading into town on the pike all the way back to framingham this morning. route 2 and 3 looking pretty good. let's take a look at those drive
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13 minutes on the expressway, braintree to boston. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 12 minutes. and the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, let's get right to some exciting, breaking news for the first time since 1908. the chicago cubs are world series champs. and you know what, they did it in epic fashion. they beat the cleveland indians in game seven. they had a blown lead, a rain delay, an extra inning really is much of anybody could ask for. and the team celebrating after finally putting all the demons and curses to rest. they buried them once and for all. i always love locker room shots. it's great, happy to watch that. this is emotional. tears shed here. >> sarah: what they're talking about now is a championship parade for the city. 7's kris anderson joins us now with more on the big game. >> kris: crying? there's in crying in baseball.
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celebration more than a century in the making. finally after 108 years, the cubs are back on top of the baseball world. the cubbies winning the world series early this morning, beating the indians in a dramatic game seven. chicago won 8-7 in extra innings. the tenth inning. it was the franchise's first championship since 1908, ending the longest title drought in major north american sports. former sox g.m. theo epstein is now the cubs' president. 12 years after he helped the reverse the curse, he's helped the cubs break their own curse. while the partying we gone in cleveland, it's set to intensify. when they get back home to chicago. the parade is tentatively set for tomorrow. live in the control room, kris anderson, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: happening today, the sentencing trial of admitted serial killer gary lee sampson continues in boston. let's go to 7's nancy chen with more on what we can expect. nancy? >> nancy: christa, during the first day of the retrial, jurors heard 911 calls made by gary lee
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hated the things he had done. the convicted killer suffered at least a dozen head injuries in his life, arguing those could have played a part in the murders. sampson was convicted of killing three men, including two in massachusetts in 2001. he was sentenced to death two years later, but the ruling was thrown out in 2011 because of juror misconduct. now, these court proceedings have reopened old wounds for the victims' family members. >> a lot of memories coming back. we're going through this why. >> it's hard for all of us. we've been through this already. it's been 13 years now. since he's been convicted. >> nancy: samson is now 57 years old battling several health problems including hepatitis c, liver disease and diabetes. his defense attorneys are now hoping that the jury will appeal this original death sentence instead sending him to prison for life. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> sarah: the f.b.i. has announced a $10,000 reward for
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who has been missing for more than a year and a half. norman lee was on vacation in the cayman islands when his wife... with his wife when he disappeared in march of 2015. investigators say lee, who worksed a a comic book artist, was snorkeling when he was last seen. >> christa: and police arresting former new hampshire representative kyle tasker for allegedly driving drunk. this ex-representative was out on bail for drug charges and allegedly trying to meet a 14-year-old girl for sex, as well. drove through a stop sign tuesday night in rochester, causing a three-car crash. luckily no one was injured. tas kerr will be arraigned later this month. >> sarah: also this morning, people gathering in boston to call for justice after a deadly police shooting in the south end. boston police officers shot and killed terrance coleman on sunday after they say he attacked officers and e.m.t. with a knife. coleman's mother says he didn't have a knife on him and she originally called police to take
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hospital. hundreds gathered for a vigil wednesday night to honor coleman. people there said they wanted to show support for his family and to speak out against the police shootings happening around the country. >> they killed this man unnecessarily, horrible. that's the hardest part and alsf
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>> imagine losing a family member. that's the only way you can describe it. >> i never would have guess that it would have come to this. >> christa: so police are still searching for an exact motive behind that ambush. here in massachusetts, a show of support for the wakefield police department following those police shootings. somebody sent pizza to the station with a kind gesture, a way to say thanks. on each box the message was written, "sorry for iowa" on the >> sarah: our election countdown at five days. violence erupting at the u.s. senate debate in new orleans. police forced to pepper spray the massive crowd of protesters at an all-black college. they were there to speak out against david duke, a former kkk leader who was one of the candidates debating. the crowd grew angry when they were not allowed in the college's auditorium. officials in mississippi think someone deliberately set a church on fire and then
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police say someone spray painted "vote trump" on the historically black church in greenville then set it on fire. investigators say they have a person of interest. >> christa: 7news now turning to a major recall involving dehumidifiers. fire concerns are forcing them to pull their product off the shelf. nearly 3.5 million dehumidifiers have been recalled. the devices can overheat, release smoke and eventually catch fire. under dozens of brand name, including some big ones, g.e., kenmore and frigidare, and to help you out, we've provided more details on our web site, whdh.com. >> sarah: and this morning's healthcast, a new study finds children in the u.s. consume too much salt. the study looked at the diets of more than 2,000 kids between the ages of six and 18. participants averaged about 3,200 milligrams of sodium each day. that's far more than the daily
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it altogether can hepburn more fat. researchers at the university of alabama had 11 overweight men and women eat from 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. only for four days. the participants burned more fat and felt less hungry than when they ate the same amount of calories between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. for four days. however it's not clear if this translates to actual weight loss. >> christa: okay. if you like to have a beer along with your dinner, whetht' helping you out with that and also paying tribute to retired red sox slugger david ortiz. >> sarah: for one day the company will offer big hoppi, a mango juice infused double i.p.a. there will be 514 bottles, one for each homer papi hit during his myself career. it will be available tomorrow at the brewery in boston and proceeds will go to the david ortiz children's funds. >> christa: did you say big hoppi?
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i love the citrusy taste. >> chris: my ears perked up when i heard "double i.p.a. " whether it's 2:00, 5:00, 8: 00, we'll have the try that. >> christa: chris, thank you.
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every time a new charter opens, it takes money away from the regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school.
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and download your dvr shows anywhere. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of >> kris: breaking news at 6:00, a thrilling end to the world series. >> the cubs win the world series. >> kris: the long drought for cubs' fans is over. from the champagne celebration to the fans' jubilation, we have it covered.
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a local mother speaking out, saying she and her son are the target of hate crimes. >> kris: the race for the white house in the homestretch. the polls are showing a tighter race in the final days. >> christa: plus tom brady, gisele and star golfer stepping out in boston. >> this is 7news "today in new england." >> christa: good morning. what a morning it is here on this thursday. i'm christa delcamp. >> kris: and i'm kris anderson. it was a wild end to the world series, a late end. it went into extra innings. cubs' fans waking up winners. the cleveland, but that didn't stop thousands of cubby fans from partying outside of wrigley field. fireworks exploding every few minutes. we'll have more on this historic win coming up. but yesterday wasn't so bad, was it. >> christa: it turned out beautiful, chris. >> chris: it wasn't so bad is a huge understatement, right? awesome weather out there. temperatures well into the 60s. a few towns cracking 70. you hit 70 in boston and a mild start this morning at 54 degrees. however, we track some showers today.
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as well, as this one batch in marlborough, wayland, natick, heading right down the pike through the weston tolls and eventually in the city of boston in the next 20 or 30 minutes. this batch of rain will work into new england throughout the day, especially around mid-day. the most consistent rain, new hampshire, vermont, up into maine, although northern mass, we'll see the most showers around mid-day and even near the mass pike and points south, a passing shower once in a while into this afternoon. big range in temperatures today from the mid to upper 60s south of mid-50s across southern new hampshire. more on the forecast ahead. >> kris: all right. we're past the 6:00 hour. let's get a check of fast track traffic. danielle, how are things looking? >> danielle: not too bad, kris. here's a look at the expressway. let's go to the maps. 16 minutes from braintree to boston. certainly could be worse out there. south of town, route 3 and 95 looking pretty good. 24 now stop and go back to brockton. the pike, though, heading into town, no issues all the way back the framingham this morning. route 2 and 3 looking good.
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495, but no major delays. and you're in good shape heading into boston on route 1. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: breaking news, and the curse is gone. >> it's over! and the cubs have finally won it all! >> christa: don't you love it? the cubs orchestrated an epic comeback to win their first world series in more than a century. chicago defeating the cleveland indians just before 1:00 a.m. in talking about a rain delay, went into extra innings. it had to happen. >> kris: a little bit of everything. the w flying a little extra higher today. the victory in the tenth inning ends the long suffering the cubs fans have been dealing with for 108 years. that's how long the championship drought has been. let's go to 7's sarah french with more on this historic win. >> sarah: really exciting. the two long-suffering franchises. you knew this wasn't going to be an easy game seven.
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mother nature played a role. cubs' fans are smiling as their long wait to celebrate a title is finally over. >> this is going to be a tough play. the cubs win the world series! >> sarah: it's the moment generations of fans have waited to see. after 108 years, the cubs are world champions. >> i think it's all surreal, and, man, it's... it's a great feeling. >> sarah: while some cubs' fans had the chance to celebrate in cleveland, my partied in chicago. closer to home, fans rejoiced at the courtside sports pub in cambridge. [cheering] some former sox are now celebrating another championship. jon lester came on in relief in game seven while catcher david ross homered in the final game of his career. after the game, teammates carried ross on their shoulders. and theo epstein can now say he's the man who built the teams who broke baseball's two most
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our players deserve this. chicago cubs are world champions. >> sarah: game seven was a classic. down three, cleveland rallied to tie the game in the eighth. rain forced a delay and then extra innings. the cubs held on for the historic 8-7 history, which allowed the once lovable losers to finally be called world champions once again. ? hey, chicago, what do you say chicago win today ? go, cubs go ? s cubs' fans will be sinning that victory song for quite some time. the date for the championship parade has not officially been announced, but officials are saying the tentative plan is to hold it tomorrow. in the newsroom, i'm sarah french, 7news. >> sarah: we have some breaking news we're following out of afghanistan. >> kris: two u.s. service members have been killed in battle. nato says the two died while fighting the taliban. their names have not yet been released. two other service men were
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from overnight. police are investigating after a woman was hit by a car in dorchester. investigators say she was hit crossing gallivan boulevard last night. the victim is in critical condition. officers say the driver did stay on the scene. >> kris: a new hampshire family hit by hatred. they say they've been targeted by racist messages and vandalism. jennifer eagan is following this story for us. she's live in derry, new hampshire, with the very latest. jen, what happened here? >> j this mother says she has lived here in town for fife years with her son and never had a problem until now. she went out and got a new security system, hoping to
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disturbing messages left a this home in derry, new hampshire, where a woman lives with herby racial son. >> they're hate crimes. somebody has been vandalizing my car and throwing things in my yard that are racist. >> jennifer: on october 21st, when they were asleep, jaci stimson says the words "n lover" were etched into the paint of her car. >> i'm disappointed. i didn't know this still existed. >> jennifer: three days later, an intimidating sign at the end of their driveway with the words "n go home" on it. jaci says her son started to ask questions. >> he's seven. he asked me what he did wrong and why people may not like him. how do you answer that? >> jennifer: they have surveillance cameras. they saw a car slow down passing the house. >> clearly they have a message for me. they threw eggs on my car and also watermelon and fried chicken in my yard. >> jennifer: jaci says she has a message for them. >> if somebody has a problem or if i've offended them, i wish they'd use their words and come have a discussion with them. >> jennifer: obviously jaci has a lot of questions. so do police. anyone with any information is asked the contact the department. we're live in derry, new
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counting down to the election just five days away. hillary clinton and donald trump set to spend the day in north carolina. and trump is sending two of his most prominent surrogates out on a campaign trail. we have both candidates covered for you. let's begin with 7's victoria warren. she's live in manchester. vicki? >> victoria: good morning, christa. donald trump getting a little help from his family today. there's not much time left, and he's really trying to cover those battleground states, includinght hampshire. so today here in manchester, ivanka trump is spending the day. she's spending the entire day in new hampshire, three stops total, one here in manchester, one in hollis, and then one in nashua. and melania trump is also hosting an event today. it will be her first event since her convention speech where she was criticized and accused of plagiarism. today she's going to be in pennsylvania. now, in these crucial last days, donald trump yesterday was in
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staying on point and on script. >> sarah: >> we've got to be nice and cool, nice and cool, right? stay on point, donald, stay on point. no side track, donald. nice and easy. nice. >> victoria: so ivanka's first new hampshire stop will be here in manchester at the founders academy. she's scheduled to be 12:15. live this morning in manchester, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: all right. let's get the latest on the clinton campaign. with that we turn to 7's nancy chen. >> nancy: hillary clinton not slowing down before election day. she was in arizona for a rally yesterday, a traditional republican state with 15,000 people, this was her largest campaign event so far. now, according to recent cnn polls, clinton trails trump in the state. she spoke, though, about the only time since the '40s that
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that was back in 1996 when her husband bill clinton won the state. >> so for the first time we have a real chance to turn this state blue again. i truly believe you deserve a candidate you can vote for, not just someone to vote against. >> nancy: clinton will be in north carolina for two rallies. for one she will be joined by pharrell williams. >> kris: nancy, thanks. the latest poll show clinton's comfortable lead over trump is narrowing. a new cnn/orc poll detailing how close things are in some of those key battleground states, it shows an arizona trump with a five-point lead with less than a week to go. in florida, hillary clinton is leading, but only by two points. a month ago donald trump was up by three, so we're seeing a swing there in florida. in nevada, trump is leading 49% to 43%.
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there just two weeks ago. heading into pennsylvania, hillary clinton has improved her lead four points ahead of donald trump. she was up two points a month ago. >> christa: and tonight at 11:00, we'll have the latest 7news/umass lowell poll. we're looking at the numbers up in the crucial swing state of new hampshire. for the presidential race as well as the senate race which could shift the balance of power. as the race comes down to the wire, our political editor andy hiller and umass lowell pollster dr. josh will answer systemf you can e-mail your questions to 7news at whdh.com. you can also ask us on twitter using the #7news. we'll have some of your answers coming up tonight. you can watch for that. >> kris: still ahead, a fiery crash into a tree. what a bay state driver was avoiding when this happened. >> christa: and tom brady and gisele bundchen opening a new store in the prudential center.
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shop. julian edelman talking about the family business. >> chris: amazing how similar they look. temperature wise we're similar to yesterday. more showers today and more putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof.
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g. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. uh... i can't say that either. alright, good.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you?
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o, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. break from talking about the world series, but it was amazing. >> kris: it felt like the boys of summer playing in summer yesterday. the weather was beautiful. >> christa: it was. chris, another nice day today? >> chris: some of us will make out okay. other locations we're dealing with some rainfall working on in, but mile temperatures. we still have that south of the mass pike. close to 70. two towns across southeastern mass maybe knocking on the doorstep. hit it in boston, won't hit it
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north across northern mass and southern new hampshire, it's going to be tough to get them back out of the south as a wave of low pressure rides along. we've tracked a couple showers. one entering boston as we speak. you can see if we head down to jamaica way, down to the vfw, a couple showers passing on by. that extends back to 95 here. back into weston. then you go out the mass pike from natick to framingham, drying out after a couple showers just passed on in. we do have some dry times some it's not an all-day rain e. 11:00 a.m., noon, 1:00 p.m., i do expect this rain to be more consistent across portions of central and southern new england. especially central new england. new hampshire, vermont, that's when you pick up the steady washout-type rain. northern mass around mid-day. showers more consistent. there will be a few showers that you're dealing with some consistent rain. then you get close to the mass pike points south and any rain we get this afternoon will be showers in and out. so keep the umbrella handy.
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need us, we dry out overnight tonight, we remain dry during the day on friday, although a gusty breeze does develop, and it's going to be a cool breeze with temperatures back to near 50. chicago, a lot of folks taking the day off from work today after this big victory last night, the weather looks good out into the midwest including minneapolis. our weather coming in from the northwest which is across southern koran damp it will be cooler as we go through the forecast period. so mid-50s across northern mass today. low to mid-60s, even some upper 60s cooler day generally speaking tomorrow. from the mid-40s in the worcester hills, low 50s in boston, mid-50s down into southeastern massachusetts. 7 on 7 forecast into the weekend. fairly seasonable. a few degrees below average, especially on sunday. we have a gusty wind. it will feel cooler out there, a few more clouds around. election day looking milder. temps back into the low 60s by tuesday. >> christa: 6:16 is your time now. >> kris: let's get a check of fast track traffic. any slowdowns we need to be
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slowdowns like on the expressway, but no major issues. north of town, route 2 and 3, some slow and go traffic, but no red. so that's good news. 93 slow and go back to 495. not seeing any major delays, though. route 1 looking pretty good. braintree to boston, northbound on the expressway, that's your longest drive at about 18 minutes. a little bit slow around the braintree split. route 24 stop and go back to brockton. and not seeing any issues on the pike back the framingham. let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. 17 minutes braintree to bos expressway northbound. just 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. so no delays there. 93 southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 16 minutes. the "t" and commuter rail running on schedule. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. new england's power couple out on the town. tom brady enjoying his bye week with wife gisele bundchen. >> sarah: got to be tough for them to get a date night, especially here in boston. >> kris: the two made a rare public appearance on the opening of a new store in the prudential center. 7's nancy chen joins us now with more on this grand opening.
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despite this big opening for a 19,000 square foot store, it seemed like all eyes were on the pats' q.b. and his wife. tom brady and gisele bundchen posing with the jordan spieth and the founder of under armour. >> this is a good one. >> nancy: the night on the town meant brady was missing some of the world series. >> nancy: while brady wouldn't pick a side, he did open up about the trade that sent jamie collins to cleveland. >> there's always change in the nfl. it's always challenging. the older you get and the more you see, it's the way it has to go. >> nancy: brady says it's a change that no player is above. >> it could happen to anybody. you can't be around this long and not realize the world will keep spinning and the sun will come up tomorrow without you. that's just the way it goes.
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the public later today. nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: brady isn't the only patriots' star shopping in the back bay. julian edelman's pop-up shop opens today on newbury street. >> it all started with my great, great grandfather erasmus h. edelman. he opened edelman and son premium textile trading company with just three half nickels and a bucket of mustache cream. his hard work and passion was inherited by his son, jedediah edelman. >> kris: a whole bucket of mustache cream. you need it for the super stamp. j.e. 11, the logo will be open until sunday. get your julian edelman gear >> oh, my goodness. so they're in a really good position going into no-shave november here. >> kris: perfect. save money on raisers. that's how it works. >> christa: coming up, a reward being offered in the case of a missing man from the south shore. >> kris: and the retrial of a
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his attorney is blaming his crimes on a brain condition. >> christa: and a key celtics player going down with an injury at the garden last night and he doesn't come back.
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>> chris: mild start. 54 in boston. 53 in norwood. even tracking some showers outside this mni down through dorchester, roxbury. this stretches all the way toward the northern edges of quincy. a shower over toward randolph and canton right now. that's quick moving. we're not going to get a whole lot of rain for the morning commute. i do expect after the morning commute this batch of shower activity will work on in. so the rain more consistent across northern mass and southern new hampshire. that's where temperatures will be coolest in the 50s. well into the 60s south of the mass pike. >> kris: all right. the boston celtics winning at home, but they lost one of their star players in the process.
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night. crowder suffered a left ankle sprain in the second quarter according to espn. he's expected to miss at least a week while he recovers. there he is on the court there. the c's ended up winning the game 107-100. they'll take on cleveland. the cavaliers in cleveland tonight. >> jadiann: hey, there, pats' fans. we're in week nine of fantasy fixer. i have to talk about something because we can't talk about the patriots. they're on a bye week. they're the only seven-win team going into it. >> trey: they have the seattle seahawks one week from now, big matchup on sunday night football. check that out on monday night. another matchup i like fantasy-wise, chiefs and the jaguars. chiefs playing at home. really tough team to beat at home. they have problems at running back. spencer ware, jamaal charles, both of them probably not going to play. west a huge pick-up. crushed it last year. jacksonville 27th against the run.
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>> jadiann: thursday night football, we have the falcon, a little bit of a surprise in the league right now. just coming off a big win. now on the road. >> trey: i'm feeling the energy, jadiann, you see from the falcons. hitch your wagon to matt ryan. having an unbelievable year. over 2the 40 yards every game this year. 19-4 touchdown-to-interception ratio. julio jones, mohammed sunu. starting to pick it up. he hit a wall but he's coming back. tampa's a great matchup for hi >> jadiann: we also have a matchup for the first place in the a.f.c. west. broncos-raiders. what do you want to do? >> trey: the oakland raiders have a chance to be in first place in the a.f.c. west, but that denver defense too good. chris harris got some really good defense i back. mark cooper is the guy in oakland. so michael crabtree, sit him down. not a good matchup. crabtree sits. >> jadiann: all right. do what he says, everyone. go set your lineups. >> christa: big day for sports.
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orrossaction delivers agettto a manual brush.an.r gk this price is so low. trying to make me eat my greens? no, just trying to save you some green. whaaat?! thousands of blue tags. thousands of low prices. my stop & shop. >> christa: crash and burn. in leicester, what the driver was trying to avoid that forced him enter a tree. >> kris: a retrial for convicted killer gary lee sampson. what his attorneys say made him commit murder. >> christa: it's not fireworks exploding that sends a manslaughter dancing in the street. >> kris: the chicago cubs celebrating into the wee hours of the morning. for fans, a lifetime of frustration washed away with a
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plus the former sox g.m. who helped reverse two curses. >> we just one the world series! >> this is ?awz snooze. >> kris: he doesn't seem the mind one bit. >> christa: celebration all around. we know what it feels like to have the curse reversed. history in the making. >> kris: it was fun to watch. i didn't watch it this morning since i was watching the backs of my eyelids sleeping. >> christa: i hear cubbies. >> kris: it was also funny to watch bill murray interview theo epstein. a lot more champagne getting poured than interviewing there. >> chris: 53 in boston, 53 in worcester. a mild start. we expect temperatures overall throughout the day to be on the warmer side. mainly south of the mass pike. take a look at what's going on, on the radar images. we have some rain mostly south here into the boston area, points south. down 93.
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and then you get some dry weather extending all the way out into albany, new york. so fair game for some dry wealth during the morning commute. much of the area dry for the morning commute. this afternoon around mid-day, early afternoon, mid-day noonish, 11:00 a.m., some more showers working in. temperatures this afternoon are ranging from the mid-50s to the north, mid-60s, even upper 60s south of the pike. more on the seven-day forecast ahead. >> christa: >> kris: it's time now fast track traffic. 6:41. how is the rain looking there? >> danielle: you can see the rain chris was talking about. northbound on the expressway, not too bad. don't want the jinx anything. but let's go to the maps. only about 22 minutes from braintree to boston. slow around the braintree split. route 24 stop and go back to brockton. 95 slowing down a little bit there as you approach 128. the pike looking pretty good. on 128 southbound, this is in wellesley. we do have an accident at route 9. the left lane blocked from that there.
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pretty much really slow all the way back to 495 this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. braintree to boston northbound. again about 15, 20 minutes. 12 minutes into town on the pike from 128. no delays there. 9 the southbound, 128 to the zakim bridge, 24 minutes. on the "t," we're watching some red line delays. back to you, guys. >> christa: danielle, thank you. let's check in on today's breaking news stories and the curse is now over. the celebration, chicago still going after the cubs won the chicago beat cleveland in a classic game seven. extra innings. to win the championship last night. the first title for the cubs since 1908. the team was led by big performances by two former red sox stars, jon lester and david ross. the city of chicago is expected to celebrate with a parade coming up friday. breaking overnight, police are investigating after a woman was hit by a car in dorchester. they say she was hit crossing galvin boulevard last night.
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on the scene. also breaking overseas, two u.s. service members have been killed in battle in afghanistan. nato says they died fighting the taliban. their names have not been released. two other service members were injured in the battle, as well. ism. >> sarah: also this morning, police in leicester are investigating a wild car wreck with this fiery finish. the driver says he swerved to avoid hitting a deer in the road and smashed into that tree. nicole oliverio is live in story. dramatic video there, nicole. >> nicole: it was, chris. and despite what you're seeing there, that driver ended up being okay. now, the police chief tells us this happened a very narrow road. it was quite wooded. they say the driver had to make the decision to swerve or hit
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an s.u.v. bursts into flames after the driver swerves to avoid hitting a deer and ends up smashing into a tree. >> this gentleman, you know, he was already second-guessing himself. he made a spur of the moment decision, and he's alive. >> nicole: it happened on bad -- baldwin street in leicester yesterday afternoon. police say a deer ran into the road, causing the driver the lose control and hit the tree. the car immediately burst enter flames. but the man behind the wheel managed to escape. a witness driving by called 911. >> very calm. very composed. told us immediately the car was on fire and that the gentleman had already gotten out. >> nicole: now only the shell of the s.u.v. chief said a truck can be replaced. amazingly, that driver walked away with just some bruising and a broken bone. live in leicester, nicole oliverio, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: the retrial of convicted killer gary lee sampson continues today. his attorneys argue that sampson suffered from a traumatic brain injury at the age of four plus a dozen other head injuries in his life saying that could have prayed a part in the murders. in court wednesday the jury heard the gruesome details of the killings.
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sampson in which he states he tried to turn himself in and he that hated the things he had done. he confessed to killing three men in 1991, jonathan rizzo, philip mccloskey both of massachusetts and 58-year-old robert whitney of new hampshire. his death sentence was thrown out because of jury misconduct. the new trial wounds. >> we're going through this again and i still don'ting ups why. >> it's tough for every single one of us. >> christa: sampson is now 57 years old. he suffers from several health problems, including hepatitis c, liver disease and diabetes. his defense attorneys are hoping the jury will appeal his original death sentence instead sending him to prison for life. >> kris: a repeat arrest for a new hampshire representative. police arrested kyle tasker for allegedly driving drunk.
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drug charges and allegedly was trying the meet a 14-year-old girl for sex. authorities say tasker caused a three-car crash when he drove through a stop sign. no one was hurt, but tasker will be arraigned in court on november 14th. the f.b.i. announcing a $10,000 reward for more information about a weymouth man who has been missing for more than a year and a half. norman lee was on vacation in the cayman islands with his wife when he disappeared in march of 2015. investigators say lee, who worked as a comic book artist, was snorkeling when >> christa: a bold brew in honor of red sox david ortiz. for one day sam adams will offer big hoppi, a mango juice infused double i.p.a. so there will be 514 bottles, one for each homer that papi hit during his major league career. it will be available tomorrow at the brewery in boston and proceeds will go to ortiz's children's fund.
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>> kris: i like the mango-infused part of it. still ahead, a man named the woman of the year? we'll tell you why a major magazine said bonn owe earned this title. >> christa: in new hampshire a mother says she and her son are targets of hateful vandals. what's being done now to catch the culprit. >> kris: an explosive scene on a sidewalk. look at this video. something in man's pocket just blows up. >> danielle: a little wet out there on the roads. here's a look at the expresswa southbound in wellesley on route 9. we'll be right back. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes,
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nald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? >> christa: welcome back. with a look at what's trending this morning. "glamour" magazine with a role reversal. bono is named one of the magazine's women of the year. they wanted to celebrate the rock star who focuses on the rights of women and girl's worldwide. also on the list, gwen stephanie and simone biles. ? ?
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right? big night for queen bee. country music at the 50th "cma awards." beyonc? performed her song "daddy lessons" with the dixie chicks who covered the song on tour. brad paisley and carrie underwood hosted. >> christa: start thinking about hit-and-run now because today is national sandwich day. and subway is celebrating in a big way. if you buy a suband a drink, not only will you get a free sub, the non-profit feeding america. >> kris: my son gets meat, cheese and bread. no salad. they don't want salad on their sub. >> christa: i heard somebody call that a junk sandwich when you just have vegetables. >> kris: still ahead, violence outside of a senate debate. this one got heated. college students pepper sprayed while they were protesting a controversial candidate. >> christa: and breaking overnight, a teen rushed to the hospital after getting hit by a car in dorchester. >> kris: tom brady proving
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is immune from trade concerns. >> christa: and they did it. the cubs break the curse to win it all. the world series. more reaction to this extra-innings nail-biter. joanne: she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and
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with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
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evit takes money away from the, regular public schools from students like mine. massachusetts schools already lose 400 million a year to charters and question two means we'll lose even more. we've got to stop taking from the 96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. >> it's 6:45. time to know and go. >> sarah: a curse reversed. the cubs are champs. chicago waking up winners after an epic world series ends in extra innings.
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one mother's message to the person who vandalized their property. and it's an all-out sprint with five days left until the election. who is headed to new hampshire today to rally for donald trump? >> christa: all right. 6:45 here on the november 3rd. big day. we have all your day's top stories straight ahead. >> kris: we want to get things started with traffic and weather. here's chris lambert with a peek at forecast. can we repeat yesterday? >> chris: we'll try temperature-wise, but sky-coverwise, we can't do so. hope you had the chance afternoon. 54 in boston right now. have also had a couple showers working in early this morning. most of them exiting stage east here. you saw the shower into boston and over to hull, as well. a main batch of showers back across buffalo, new york, stretching down into central pennsylvania. this will be with us mid-day, between 11:00 and 3:00 p.m., decent shot of showers working in, especially north and west of 495 and especially near the mass-new hampshire border and north into southern and central
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we'll be more scattered about in nature in terms of any shower activity this afternoon. after about 3:00 p.m., some of the showers become a little more hit or miss, and south of the mass pike, it's a passable shower or two occasionally. not a consistent rain. the most consistent rain is mid-day again across southern new hampshire and northern massachusetts. 65 in chicago. we'll be celebrating later on this afternoon. our weather next couple days coming in from the north and from the west. so it will be a cooler pattern ahead. and even this afternoon for a while, i think mid-50s northern new hampshire, but mid to upper 60s to the south. so that's where your warmest air will be as we get into the afternoon. cooler over the weekend. we remain dry. clocks go back one hour on sunday. >> christa: let's check in with dwur danielle gersh on your morning traffic. >> danielle: this is 93. not going anywhere too fast this morning. this is pretty much what it looks like back to 495. let's go to the maps, take a look at the expressway. also slow. rate to boston, just going to take you a little over 20
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on route 3. back to weymouth. 24 slow and go back to brockton and 95 slowing down there as you approach that stretch of 128. the pike crawling through framingham and then slowing investigate all the way into boston. we do still have a crash in wellesley, 128 southbound at route 9, the left lane blocked from that incident. route 2 stop and go, route 3 not as bad, and then as you saw, 93 really a parking lot this morning. take a look at those drive times if you're getting ready to head out the door. about 20 minutes on the expressway. from 128. and 14 minutes on 93 southbound, 28 to the stake disaik. probably more like 30. and the "t" we're watching some red line delays. back to you, guys. ism we'll be patient, danielle. breaking news. for the first time in 108 years, the chicago cubs are celebrating a world series championship. the champagne celebration washing away that long, long drought. the cubs beating cleveland in a dramatic extra-inning ballgame. >> christa: there was a rain
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they made history. here's 7's sarah french with more. >> sarah: hey, guys. red sox fans can certainly understand how the cubs and their fans are feeling this morning. a title celebration more man a century in the making. >> it's over! and the cubs have finally won it all! >> sarah: chicago won a dramatic game seven. they beat the indians 8-7 in ten innings. the team wased sox stars, pitcher jon lester and catcher david ross. with the win the cubs have finally snapped the longest title drought in north american major sports. while the team celebrated in cleveland, many fans partied outside wrigley field in chicago. the crowd erupted when wrigley's scoreboard updated to show a message that similarly read, "cubs win." after the game, bill murray had the chance to celebrate in the
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g.m. theo epstein. >> yeah, bill! we just won the world series. >> i just want to thank everyone who has ever put on a cubs' uniform, everyone who has ever rooted for the cubs. it's been 108 years of love, support and patience. waiting for a team like this to make it happen on a night like this, and you guys are all world champs tonight. >> sarah: epstein can now say he's the man who helped both the sox and the cubs championship drought. the parade is tentatively scheduled for tomorrow. it's going to be exciting. live in the newsroom, sarah french, 7news "today in new england." >> christa: breaking news right now from overseas, two u.s. service members have been killed in battle in afghanistan. nato says they died fighting the taliban. so far their names are not being released, but we also know that two other service members were injured in that battle. >> kris: breaking story from overnight, police investigating after a teenager was hit by a car in dorchester. they say this 18-year-old was
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boulevard last night. right now she is in critical condition. officers say the driver did stay on the scene. >> christa: and a new hampshire family hit by hate. they say they've been targeted by racist messages and vandalism. let's go out live to derry, new hampshire, and 7's jennifer eagan, who is tracking the story for us. jen? >> jennifer: christa, good morning. this mother says there have been three incidents at her home in just the last couple weeks. she lives in town with her seven-year-old son who is biracial. the words n lover etched into her car. then a piece of wood was left on her property. on it the words "n go home." jaci stimson says she's lived in derry for five years and never had a problem. she bought a security system and beavers one of her surveillance video captured video of a car slowing down in front of her house. the next day she found fried chicken in her yard. her car had been egged. her son started asking why this
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ashamed. we're in the ashamed. if somebody has a problem and if we've offended somebody in a meaningful way, i wish they would use their words and come have an intelligent discussion with us. >> jaci has started wondering why this has been happening. so are police. they're asking anyone with any information to contact the department. live in derry this morning, jennifer eagan, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: election day is just five days away. ll carolina. trump is sending two of his most prominent sure dwats out on the campaign trail today, as well. we're covering both candidates with you this morning beginning with 7's victoria warren live in manchester with the latest. vicki, good morning. >> victoria: good morning to you, chris. donald trump getting some help today from his family. you know, there's not much time left before the election, so he's really trying to cover those battleground states, including right here in new
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the day here. she's got three stops scheduled in new hampshire. in manchester, hollis and nashua. and today melania trump is hosting her first event since her convention speech where she was criticized and accused of plagiarism. today she is in pennsylvania. now, in these crucial last days, donald trump speaking from yet another battleground state in florida said he is staying on point and on script. so ivanka again going to be spng new hampshire. her first event is at a school here in manchester. she's scheduled to be here at 12:15. live this morning in manchester, victoria warren, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: and with the latest on the hillary clinton campaign, we want to go over to 7's nancy chen with more. >> nancy: kris, hillary clinton is going full steam ahead to election day. today she heads to north carolina for a couple rallies. yesterday she was in arizona, a traditionally republican state,
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so far. arizona one of those key battleground states that's really important to a very try at this point. in a new cnn/orc poll detailing just how close things are in the battleground states, it shows in arizona trump has a five-point lead with less than a week to go. in florida, clinton leading we two points. a month ago trump was up by three. now to nevada. crump leading there 49% to 43%. clinton has two weeks ago and heading to pennsylvania. where hillary clinton has improved her lead, four points ahead of donald trump. she was two points ahead a month ago. nationally clinton is ahead of trump in most polls, but that lead is shrinking. in the newsroom, nancy chen, 7news "today in new england." >> kris: tonight at 11:00, we'll have the latest 7news/umass lowell poll. we're looking at the numbers in
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race that could shift the balance of power in our nation's capital. as the race comes down to the wire, our political editor andy hiller and umass lowell pollster dr. josh will answer some of your tough questions. e-mail your questions to 7news at whdh.com or ask us via twitter using the #7news. they'll have some of the answers to your questions tonight. >> christa: violence orleans. police pepper sprayed a crowd of protesters there. they were there to speak out against david duke, a former kkk leader who was one of the candidates debating. the crowd grew angry when they were not allowed into the college's auditorium. >> kris: former congressman anthony weiner is in reportedly in rehab for sex addiction. his treatment reportedly prohibtds cell phones and separates patients by gender.
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one-on-one therapy to talk about how his sexting has impacted his life. weiner has several sexting controversies, at least one involving a minor. >> christa: a scary e-cigarette explosion caught on camera. this was in france. sparks start flying out of his pocket after his device comes in contact with coins. one friend had to help put out the fire. the man suffered second-degree returns on one of his hands and his hip. >> kris: when patriots return from their bye, they'll be without linebacker jamie collins. collins traded to the browns earlier this week. while speaking to reporters, tom brady says he knows no one is dwrarn teed a storybook ending with the franchise. >> you can't be around this long and not realize that the world will keep spinning and the sun will come out tomorrow without
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that's just the way it goes. you enjoy the experiences you have and understand it keeps going on. it could happen to anybody. >> kris: last night wasn't all about football. brady and his wife gisele in attendance of the new opening of the under armour store on boylston street. they were joined by golfer jordan spieth. the store opens to the public today. >> christa: let's check in with chris with the latest on the weather. maybe some rain? >> chris: had a couple quick-moving showers including boston work through. then a few driers in here. late this morning, 11:00, noon toom, early afternoon, 1:00, 2:00 p.m., more showers working in. coolest location, northern massachusetts, southern new hampshire. warmest locations south of the mass pike. a cool and breezy day tomorrow. weekend looking coolish. temps close to 50. >> kris: chris, thanks so much. the "today show" is straight ahead. i'm kris anderson. >> christa: and i'm christa
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. new polls showing hillary clinton and donald trump locked in a dead heatcubs win! the chicago cubs are world series champions, beating the cleveland indians in a thrilling extra-inning game seven to end their 108-year-long drought. >> and the cubs have finally won it all >> cubs fans erupting in the stadium, and back home. the party still raging this morning. down to the wire. new polls showing hillary clinton and donald trump locked in a dead heat in at least three swing states. the candidates making their final pushes, trump with a message to trump. >> stay on point, donald. stay on point. >> this, my friends, is not a

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